I-Empire won’t change the musical universe by any stretch, but Delonge’s got the ship fueled, and pointing in the right direction.
Chase This Light is an earnestly capable album that is written smart enough to appease older Jimmy Eat World fans raised on the band’s pre radio...
Parkway Drive (and Horizons), is just right, and a candidate for metal album of the year.
The Shade of Poison Trees is stellar, and the best work Carrabba has done since The Swiss Army Romance.
In Black And White won’t bring ska back into the mainstream, but it’s a richly rewarding listen and deserving of praise.
Stamp this one a 5-star effort because Paper Walls is the best the genre has seen in a very long time.
New Maps of Hell won’t change your mind about Bad Religion whatever your current view on the band is.
Ben Weasel returns with his Iron String Quartet to release These Ones Are Bitter; the best Screeching Weasel album the band never wrote
Blackhawks Over Los Angeles may not resonate the way Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues does, but it’s a solid, if not great, effort